PARENTAL CODE OF CONDUCT - An excerpt from the Constitution of the Parents and Friends Association,
Our Lady of the Rosary School, Kenmore.
Our Lady of the Rosary is a Catholic School within the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
This code of conduct is intended to provide school community members with guidelines for the effective conduct of meetings and the development of positive relationships within the school community.
Community members agree to:
support the Principal and staff in the development of a Christ-centred learning community based upon the principles of Catholic doctrine
support the school’s policies developed in consultation with all stakeholders. The Principal has the responsibility to implement these policies
accept responsibility for their child’s/children’s progress and work with the teaching staff to deal promptly with areas of concern
treat all members of the school community with respect and courtesy
acknowledge and affirm success in individual and School achievement.
Conduct at Meetings
The regular Parents and Friends Association meeting is an opportunity for community members to contribute to discussions on issues and to take decisions that will have a positive impact on the school community.
To ensure this is carried out effectively, community members agree to:
conduct activities in accordance with the Constitution of the P&F Association
participate in P&F Association meetings and other community activities in a constructive manner and respect the views of others
acknowledge that the decisions taken and actions proposed at the P&F Association meetings are representative of the majority of the school community
adhere to the processes available to have issues addressed and decisions reviewed
support the President and members of the P&F Executive when they are required to make decisions on behalf of all parents in the school community
use appropriate conduct when participating in meeting discussions and promote positive relationships among community members.
This code was adopted by the members of the P&F Association of Our Lady of the Rosary School on 13 September 2004.